nausea symptoms can be terrible. Ginger is a natural fix. Im sure its pretty extreme so that might not be all you need. It comes in pill form, candied ginger, fresh or dried. also you can try emotrol. its made for pregnant women and works so well. you can find it in your local pharmacy. hope that helpsView Thread
my boyfriend has suffered from addiction his whole life. He has been going to the methadone clinic for about 9 mths now and has done very well up until recently. he is back to searching and taking benzos again. i am scared to death to go down this path again with him and feel he is wasting his money ($400 a month) on this clinic if hes going to still abuse drugs. he lies to me about it and doesnt seem to think that i can notice him nodding out all the time, We have been discussing marriage for a long time now and we have recently gotten rings in order but I can not start a family with this version of him..what do I do? Will suboxone help? I think hes too tempted at the clinic to get the pills.
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